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  • Governance in Flanders'regional policy : subregional platforms as development coalitions
  • Belgium ; Flanders ; Governance ; Participation ; Partnership ; Region ; Regional policy ; Territorial identity
  • The A. examines the evolving sub-regional governance in Flanders within the context of changing European regional policy, with a focus of development coalitions and their role in decentralization of decision-making and engagement of citizens
  • . The platforms contribute to a governance structure that enables public participation in policy-making.
  • 2002
  • Geographies of the agenda : public policy, the discipline and its (re)turns
  • Geographic research ; Policy ; Public policy ; Social policy ; United Kingdom
  • 2002
  • Against all odds : poor people jumping scales and the genesis of an urban policy in Flanders, Belgium
  • Belgium ; Competitiveness ; Flanders ; Governance ; Housing policy ; State control ; Urban policy ; Urban renewal
  • The AA. use a critical approach to explain the emergence of an urban policy in Flanders. In the case of urban policy in Flanders, the processes of scalar reconfiguration come down to scale-jumping by actors concerned with the fate of disadvantaged
  • 2002
  • The quest for a balanced ethnic mix : Singapore's ethnic quota policy examined
  • Ethnic community ; Ethnic composition ; Housing ; Housing policy ; Public sector ; Residential mobility ; Singapore ; Social group ; Urban district
  • The article examines the impact of the quota policy on the buying and renting, as well as the selling or letting. The differential response by the various ethnic groups is revealed.
  • 2002
  • Ethnic segregation in the Netherlands : new patterns, new policies ?
  • The AA. describe the shifting patterns of ethnic minority groups in the largest cities (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht) between 1980 and 1998. They focus on the policy response to these patterns and briefly evaluate this response
  • . Ethnic concentrations are not problematic in themselves, but policy can significantly enhance the situation of the inhabitants of specific neighbourhoods.
  • 2002
  • Scan globally ; reinvent locally : reflecting on the origins of South Africa's capital housing subsidy policy
  • Government intervention ; Housing ; Housing policy ; Policy ; Post-apartheid ; South Africa
  • 2002
  • Deconcentration by demolition : public housing, poverty, and urban policy
  • Ghetto ; Housing ; Housing policy ; Poverty ; Public sector ; Segregation ; Spatial concentration ; United States of America ; Urban area ; Urban policy
  • be demolished and the residents relocated. The A. argues that such federal public housing policies are based on a conceptually inadequate understanding of the role of space and of spatial influences on poverty and on the behavior of poor people.
  • 2002
  • Evaluating policy implementation : the European Union's small and medium sized enterprise policies in Galicia and Sardinia
  • Common policy ; Economic efficiency ; Economic policy ; Enterprise ; Galicia ; Italy ; Regional development ; Sardegna ; Small and medium sized enterprises ; Spain
  • 2002
  • British urban policy since 1997 : change and continuity
  • Great Britain ; Housing policy ; Local government ; Partnership ; Redevelopment ; United Kingdom ; Urban development ; Urban district ; Urban policy ; Urban renewal
  • The paper sets out the evolution of British urban policy since the Urban White Paper of 1977 with particular reference to the changes that have taken place under the Labour government after 1997. It considers the experience of the Urban Development
  • Corporations in the 1980s, explores the reasons why policy should have taken a significant change with the introduction of the Single Regeneration Budget and looks at the elements both of continuity and change since 1997.
  • 2002
  • Political economies of scale : fast policy, interscalar relations, and neoliberal workfare
  • Economic geography ; Economic policy ; Globalization ; Glocalisation ; Spatial scale ; Theory
  • 2002
  • The underdeveloped rural regions - an object of the present day regional policy in Bulgaria
  • Bulgaria ; Development strategy ; Region ; Regional policy ; Rural area ; Socio-economic indicators ; Underdevelopment
  • indexes. Suggestions are made for the solution of certain problems. It is emphasized that as an object of the regional policy, these regions have to become a legitimate participant in the above-mentioned process. - (BJ)
  • 2002
  • Housing ; Housing cost ; Housing market ; Housing policy ; Land rent ; Social housing ; United Kingdom ; Urban development ; Urban planning
  • On the development of the policy, the AA. look at how the need for affordable housing is assessed, how the policy evolves, and how it is currently operated. On the principles and potential outputs of the policy they look at how the approach fits
  • 2002
  • Geomorphic studies of landslides in the Tully Valley, New York : implications for public policy and planning
  • Geomorphology in the public eye : policy issues, education, and the public. Special issue
  • This paper describes the effects of the 1993 landslide, reports on the results of several follow-up investigations and geomorphic studies, and examines the implications of the landslide for public policy and planning in the Tully Valley community.
  • 2002
  • Bulgaria ; Cohabitation ; Election ; Foreign policy ; Policy
  • 2002
  • Russian agrarian policy under Putin
  • Agricultural credit ; Agricultural policy ; Agriculture ; Farm ; Food product ; Importation ; Russia
  • 2002
  • Local government and the decentralisation of urban regeneration policies in The Netherlands
  • Decentralization ; Housing ; Investment ; Local administration ; Local authority ; Local government ; Netherlands (The) ; Public service ; Urban policy ; Urban renewal
  • 2002
  • Closer settlement in the Western District of Victoria : a case study in Australian land use policy, 1898-1914
  • The region known as the Western District of Victoria was seen as particularly suitable for the application of land-settlement policy. The study illustrates how the basic principles of closer settlement were used to further the interests
  • 2002
  • New geographies and forms of work and unemployment and public policy innovation in Europe
  • Europe ; Innovation ; Labour ; Labour market ; Public policy ; Social exclusion ; Unemployment
  • 2002
  • When dams are built on shaky grounds. Policy choice and social performance of hydro-project based development in Turkey.
  • Applied hydrology ; Dam ; Development strategy ; Irrigation ; Planning project ; Policy ; Turkey
  • 2002
  • Revitalising local economic development - New Zealand policy and practice
  • Decision making process ; Government intervention ; Local development ; New Zealand ; Participation ; Policy ; Regional development ; Territorial unit
  • 2002